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    There is something quite disturbing about a menfolk, who more readily delight in the company of other men,....and/or .......,

    than they do with their womyn_folk, who actually put their lives on-the-line, to give birth to her husband's_own posterity, is quite skewed.

    Thus, if there truly exists a real "God_Is_Great" almighty entity, who truly condones that insane form of homogeneous male behavior,
    then indeed, this is the last civilisation of people, on this planet,........................................... ...........................and good riddance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandaloopy View Post
    Well, being able to express your distaste about something is part and parcel of a free and tolerant society.
    That video has three guys politely talking to a couple of lads drinking alcohol after dark, not an unusual sentiment expressed by UK residents of any stripe, then it cuts into a 'greatest hits' selection which has probably been culled from a decade of trawling yt.

    In other words: the usual transprent bs.

    But we know that.

    I'm more interested in Xanax's claims to be living on the front line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I'm more interested in Xanax's claims to be living on the front line.



    Oh you got me
    Living on the front line
    Oh you got me mama
    Living on the front line
    Oh mama
    You gonna mourn me in the wrong time
    Oh you got me mama
    You gonna mourn me on the front line
    They got me living on top of my existence
    Oh appreciating my resistance
    Oh mama, mama you got me
    Living on the front line
    Oh mama, mama you got me
    Living on the front line
    I said yeah, yeah, oh yeah
    I said yeah, yeah, oh yeah
    Oh what kind of man could I be
    If I can't talk about what I see
    Oh they tell me do beware
    Take your little money and go
    Me, no want no dirty money
    No, me, no want no dirty money
    Oh mama, mama you got me
    Living on the front line
    Oh mama, mama you got me
    Born in the wrong time
    Ah yeah, yeah, oh yeah
    Woo woo yeah, yeah, oh yeah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Muslims upset, not exactly a novelty is it, they are constantly upset, offended or moaning about something.
    True enough. I've had the compelled displeasure of team-working with those blokes. A perpetually miserable, humorless, and depressing lot for menfolk,.....they truly are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    Muslims upset, not exactly a novelty is it, they are constantly upset, offended or moaning about something.
    If that's the case then you must be a muslim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    What's NOT GOOD is there's bars full of sexually frustrated men in a WESTERN COUNTRY. The stone aged backward cvnts can't control themselves in their own shithole countries either, but that's both expected and perfectly acceptable.
    well Nana is full of frustrated white men in bars, don't see your outrage about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    A 'no-go' zone is an area in which certain groups would be well advised not to wander. For example, certain US housing projects are no-go zones for police unless entering in force. Parts of US inner cities are no-go zones for white folk, especially after dark. The French press calls the Chapelle-Pajol area a "No-go" area for non-Muslims. Didn't think it was that hard to comprehend.
    I think you got misled by the term "no go" in French,

    that place is perfectly ok for everyone, there is a few Syrian refugees making the place "not cool", but "no go" ?

    plenty of non-muslim living there without a problem,

    Jesus christ, how easy can people be manipulated by the international press over petty issues like these

    I was more scared when walking around the Baltimore housing projects when I was looking for crack to resale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Gary View Post
    it's up to the owner who he lets in his cafe.
    There are some golf clubs in Britain that still don't allow female members.
    I disagree. If that owner has "open-to-the-public" service establishment, especially with public sidewalk seating,

    then he is ethically bound to provide that service to the general public, regardless of his personal convictions.

    If that same cafe owner prefers a "private club" environment, then he is morally-bound to remove his visible business operation,

    from the public domain, and then place a prominent/publicly displayed "Private Club, Members Only" placard at the entrance. Done deal.

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    The owner of that cafe did not refuse entry or service to anybody. The women did not talk to him. They talked to some of the customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Jesus christ, how easy can people be manipulated by the international press over petty issues like these
    I'm sincerely really surprised by DK's comments.

    I'll leave it there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Damn Foreigners....
    And your colleague Nev, audaciously asked if my meds were going off again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    And your colleague Nev, audaciously asked if my meds were going off again.
    No I didn't, but your post has reminded me of a former member here who used to do the same trick, posting up false claims. If I recall correctly, he was eventually jailed or miserabled. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    No I didn't, but your post has reminded me of a former member here who used to do the same trick, posting up false claims. If I recall correctly, he was eventually jailed or miserabled. Thanks for the reminder.
    Whatever you might be referring to, I'd appreciate your not behaving like some scorned, jilted, obsessed little cry-baby bitch, all the time, in my regard. You're a just a typical, trouble-making Brit, as usual.

    Kindly make yourself scarce., as I care not to be bothered with the likes of you, or your know-it-all-the-time, pretentious nonsense. Enough of you, and your entire lecherous constituency. In plain English,.......Phew
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton View Post
    For example, certain US housing projects are no-go zones for police unless entering in force.
    If this is so and caused by local aggression then it should include the fire dept. and ambulance service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post


    There are only 76 in the entire county, dickwad.

    Google Mosque Map - UK Mosques Directory


    You obviously cannot read, there are 71 in Leics, as in the city and 4 outside. Filthy hole spinny Hill is, even the liberal lefties moved out when they started to get abused on the street by Muslims for not conforming to Islamic dress

    Spinny Hill park, maybe needs to be renamed, funny not a lot of non Muslims about!




    Before somebody chirps up with it's some filthy Muslim festival, minus the tents and few of the buggers it's like this every weekend
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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    True enough. I've had the compelled displeasure of team-working with those blokes. A perpetually miserable, humorless, and depressing lot for menfolk,.....they truly are.
    When your daily life is totally bereft of excitement and you can’t do drugs or beer, it’s really surprising more of them aren’t gay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuskegeeBen View Post
    Whatever you might be referring to, I'd appreciate your not behaving like some scorned, jilted, obsessed little cry-baby bitch, all the time, in my regard. You're a just a typical, trouble-making Brit, as usual.

    Kindly make yourself scarce., as I care not to be bothered with the likes of you, or your know-it-all-the-time, pretentious nonsense. Enough of you, and your entire lecherous constituency. In plain English,.......Phew
    A tad sensitive for a non Brit.
    Ive always found Nevís posts to be polite and informative. If youíve upset him enough to scold you, the chances are you deserved it.

    Get down off your high horse and leave your guns with the sheriff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    When your daily life is totally bereft of excitement and you can’t do drugs or beer, it’s really surprising more of them aren’t gay.

    They tend to work out their frustrations by beating the Mrs and going out raping kaffir under aged girls, when not on a terror mission of course

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    ^ One presumes you are OK with the queue to enter the Vatican to hear the Pope plus view the treasures "donated"by the worlds poor.

    Try holding a festival at one of the UK's "Royal Family's" numerous country residences.

    Your video shows families gathering, chatting, listening to their leaders. No fights, nobody shooting up, no drunks, no cars ramming into what appears to be a happy occasion. Any armoured trucks, blackened troops on standby?
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    They tend to work out their frustrations by beating the Mrs and going out raping kaffir under aged girls, when not on a terror mission of course
    You have never lived in a Muslim community have you?
    You probably can’t differentiate between the brands either.

    There is racism, and there is bigotry. Then there is the Ill informed dunce that is Xanax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    They tend to
    Got any evidence indicating that "they" are more prone to ....... compared to "educated civilised" christians? Or are they just, "more likely"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    You have never lived in a Muslim community have you?
    You probably can’t differentiate between the brands either.

    There is racism, and there is bigotry. Then there is the Ill informed dunce that is Xanax.
    I worked on a farm in Pakistan in 1979, stuck it for six months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94 View Post
    I worked on a farm in Pakistan in 1979, stuck it for six months
    Interesting backstory there, I'm sure.

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    Spinny Hill Park minus filthy Islamic celebrations. How would you feel if you were born here and within a few decades your area turned into this, I think there are a couple of white faces, 50 years ago there were no Muslims at all here. I know one woman all in favour of multiculturalism who lived opposite. Eventually gave up and moved out as she and her daughter were always being abused on the street by Muslim men. it's not on London of course!


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    ^ Looks to me like a lot of people enjoying a sunny day in a park. What's the problem?

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